Photographer Mark Parascandola Explores the Relationship of People and Place
Mark Parascondola creates photography to explore patterns of movement in human populations, focusing on architecture as evidence of often-invisible social, environmental, and economic processes. Like many artists, Mark engages Massey to support his projects through expert, strategic communications. In 2012, Massey assisted Mark to create a show of his recent works at the Embassy of Spain. The show, “Once Upon a Time in Almería,” documents a forgotten legacy of moviemaking in the desert landscapes of Almería. The exhibit also travelled to the Miami Public Library for its celebration of Spanish art.
For Mark Parascandola, Massey assists in managing the artist’s outreach goals, creating talking points and presentations, in addition to promoting his shows and events through a multi-media approach.
Listen to an interview on WAMU’s Metro Connection, and read more in the Washington Diplomat, “‘Once Upon a Time,’ Almería was home to cowboys and Cleopatra” and Washington Post, “‘Signals’ shows there’s plenty going on in Washington’s art scene,”